1934–35 Prima Divisione

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This articles is about the 1934-1935 season of Italian championship of Prima Divisione.

In 1928, FIGC had decided a reform of the league structure of Italian football. The top-level league was the National Division, composed by the two divisions of Serie A and Serie B. Under them, there were the local championship, the major one being the First Division, that in 1935 will take the name of Serie C. In order to allow the new league structure for 1935-36 season, the winners of the eight groups of First Division would be admitted to the final rounds, where two tickets of promotion to Serie B were available, while the last eight clubs of each group had to be relegated to the Regional Leagues.

Legend[edit]

Qualified (for regular season's groups)
Promoted to Serie B (for final rounds)
Admitted to Serie C Relegated to Prima Divisione Regionale

Final[edit]

The final for the title of italian champion of Prima Divisione wasn't played.

No book[16][17] or sport newspaper (Gazzetta dello Sport and Il Littoriale) show proofs that the final was actually played.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n 1 point deducted.
  2. ^ Retired after 13 matches. All their results were voided.
  3. ^ Qualified after tie-breaker: Falck-Lecco 3-0.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Renounced to play in Prima Divisione Regionale 1935-36.
  5. ^ Retired after 22 matches. The games played were considered valid.
  6. ^ a b Retired before the beginning of the championship.
  7. ^ a b Retired after 12 matches. The games played were considered valid.
  8. ^ Renounced to play in Serie C 1935-36.
  9. ^ Saved after tie-breaker: Bagnolese-Savoia 2-1.
  10. ^ a b c Relegated to Prima Divisione Regionale and later admitted to Serie C 1935-36.
  11. ^ Siracusa excluded from the championship. Only the game played on first half of the season are considered valid.
  12. ^ 3 points deducted.
  13. ^ Reggina dissolved after the end of the season.
  14. ^ Promoted after tie-breaker: Reggiana-Siena 0-7.
  15. ^ 2 points deducted.
  16. ^ Carlo Fontanelli and Nicola Natili, "Roburrone avanti avanti ... Un secolo di calcio a Siena" - Geo Edizioni S.r.l., january 2001, pg. 62.
  17. ^ Franco Valdevies, "80 anni in rossoblù - Un secolo di calcio a Taranto" Edizioni Pugliesi - Martina Franca (TA) november 2007 pg. 104.